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- 8:30am-9:30am- Traditional Worship
- 10am-11am- Traditional Worship
- 11:15am-12:30am- Contemporary Worship
**At All Worship Services Nursery is Available**
Special Events or Announcements
Currently the Wednesday Lenten Services and Sunday services are canceled for the health concerns that are going on in this nation. We will still have an alternative method of getting the message doing the time of not meeting face to face. Please keep updated on the OSL Facebook page and Newsletter.
Current Online Worship Service
Today's message is titled "Come to Jesus". Who has been some of your Christian influences in your Christian walk of faith? What is the reason that you chose to follow Christ and are you being an influence on someone else to turn to Jesus in their live.
We are encouraged to come to the Lord and be faithful to Him. As we grow closer to Him we will want to share our Faith with others, and encourage others as we have been encouraged by Jesus.
Jim talks about the Temptation of Jesus by Satan. We are not to ask, "What would Jesus do?", but we are to ask, "What did Jesus do?"
I have the will to do good... but I am a slave to SIN and death. --Apostle Paul
Jesus fasted for 40 days before he was tempted by Satan.
Three Temptations of Jesus
- The Devil tempted Jesus to turn bread into food.
- Devil asked Jesus to worship him.
- Dive off the temple tower because God will send His angels down and save Him.
We are not to bargain with God and remember we are not in control. God is in control. Taking the easy way out does not please God. We are called to take the "narrow" road. At the end of the narrow road is our reward in heaven.
What is a Community? And How do we bring Unity to the community?
How many watch "Reality" TV? Reality TV centers around community. How do you get along with others? The way we handle disagreements and conflict is not the way that the early Christians handled. Today we love seeing conflicts and arguments, but does that bring us closer to God and do we become closer as a community? Those are some of the questions that Paul Easterday talks about in the sermon today.